The mood was light at Kentucky Educational Television before Monday night's debate for the candidates for lieutenant governor, Democrat Jerry Abramson, left, Republican Richie Farmer and independent Dea Riley. The tone of the exchanges stayed mostly civil the whole hour.
The mood was light at Kentucky Educational Television before Monday night's debate for the candidates for lieutenant governor, Democrat Jerry Abramson, left, Republican Richie Farmer and independent Dea Riley. The tone of the exchanges stayed mostly civil the whole hour. AP
The mood was light at Kentucky Educational Television before Monday night's debate for the candidates for lieutenant governor, Democrat Jerry Abramson, left, Republican Richie Farmer and independent Dea Riley. The tone of the exchanges stayed mostly civil the whole hour. AP

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